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  1. Snap, I’ve also got Bubble Bobble installed. I’ve got classic arcade mame games installed. I’m slowly adding games I used to play in the arcades as a kid. I have a mobile arcade in my pocket* *Rucksack
  2. i pray to the VR gods that this comes true. Money left on the table and all that.
  3. my wish list is: 1. underwater based areas and water based dungeons. Water has always played a significant role in the series and I don’t think it’s was fleshed out in BOTW with no underwater exploration. 2. more distinct dungeons 3. Streamline cooking 4. More environmental elements and biomes, I.e. Tornadoes or hurricanes. 5. Moar clever physics and systems to play with 6. Hookshot 7. Proper fishing mechanic
  4. Has that been confirmed? I doubt Denuvo is going to be used for this game: 1. It’s likely to effect performance of a game that already straining Switch hardware. 2. Denuvo will likely be cracked quite quickly.
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    Oculus Quest

    There's a decent PC VR bundle on Humble Bundle https://www.humblebundle.com/games/valiant-vr?hmb_source=&hmb_medium=product_tile&hmb_campaign=mosaic_section_1_layout_index_1_layout_type_threes_tile_index_1_c_topshelfvr_bundle
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    Oculus Quest

    The Voxel Doom mod works in VR via QuestZDoom. Just change the .zip to .pk3 and drop it into the QuestZDoom\Mods folder. Just tried it.
  7. Thank you I did try your method but it came up with an error when launching the config file and I tried swapping the proton version around. @Paulando method worked out for me.
  8. Thanks so much, it was show hidden files that I was missing even though I did try it earlier but I must of been looking at the wrong Home folder . I managed to get Outrun booted but I've got to out so I will probably have fun and games setting up the controller later or dealing with some other quirks.
  9. I’m being massively thick here. I don’t seem to have a folder called ‘deck’ never mind the rest of the path when I go to home with the dolphin file manager?
  10. I’m a bit lost at Step 6 with the outrun install. When I run setup it went through the install shield wizard and I left everything at default (in wanted to install to c:\) and it seems to have installed but I cannot local where it’s installed on my deck to go through Step 6. I cannot locate the compatdata folder. I’m lost in general with navigating round Linux because I’m a dummy.
  11. Yuzu team announced that they now officially support Linux with their yuzu Installer. Does this make things easier with Emudeck or emulation on the Deck in general?
  12. I want to start dabbling with emulation and looking into an SD card because there are different specs of memory card its hard to know which one would best. I settled on getting the SanDisk Ultra 512GB microSDXC with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s for £55.99 but there is a SanDisk 512GB Extreme microSDXC card with A2 App Performance for £123.99. Is the A2 version worth paying extra for emulation?
  13. its possible to get these working in VR now by emulation in VR - EmuVR my wish list would be: Forza Horizon 5 Power wash simulator Alien Isolation (an official version with motion controls) Sony VR exclusives ported to PCVR
  14. Just received my Steamdeck so I expect to be playing that mostly for the foreseeable future until energy prices right themselves.
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    Oculus Quest

    As far as I know you can only buy Oculus games vi their store. Every so often Oculus send a 30% off code, check thru your email to see if you have one in date.
  16. Playing Stardew Valley for the first time this last week since getting my Deck. It’s been in my library forever but feel the Deck was built for games like this.
  17. It important to note the modding of flat screen games to VR versions is gaining traction, still a bit niche as you usually need a decent spec of PC to drive it (some older VR modded games can be played without a PC). These VR mods really do breathe new life into these games although being mods you may have the odd jankyness but still perfectly playable. And I play these wirelessly. Examples of recent VR mods which require a decent PC: Resident Evil 2, 3, 7 and 8 GTA V (modded got C&D’d by Take Two to take it down recently) Red Dead Redemption 2 Alien: Isolation Vivecraft - Minecraft Subnautica: Below Zero The Legend Of Zelda: The Ocarina Of Time Elden Ring Outer Wilds Firewatch Risk of Rain 2 Valheim VR Mods coming soon: Borderlands 3 Deep Rock Galactic Doom Eternal Ghostrunner Half-Life 2 Portal Stanley Parable Zelda: Breath of the Wild Left 4 Dead 2 VR mods that can be done on Quest natively without the need for a PC: Half-Life Doom Doom 3 Wolfenstein 3D Return To Castle Wolfenstein
  18. Suspend and resume is truly . Being a PC only gamer the suspend and resume feature was something I was missing but saying that it makes so much sense being on a portable gaming device.
  19. Really lovely experience using my Deck yesterday on the sofa with the misses . Bigger than I thought it would be but very comfortable to hold so far. Not doing anything tinkerey just yet and picking stuff from my Steam library - played FTL and My friend Pedro. Still getting used to navigating around. I need to master the Steam input section as I'm used to it on the PC but not this. When playing FTL it did not load my cloud save but when I changed to Proton experimental, that worked. Loving this thing so far and can see myself working through my Steam pile of shame or having a go at a game I've always wanted to play but been too lazy to fire up the desktop PC.
  20. We really need a depository of tips and how to's in the first post
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